"Before Enzo Ferrari built the company that bears his name, he raced Alfa Romeos. When he began building his own cars after the Second World War, he had them bodied by the same design houses that had built those Alfas. First there was the 166 MM, also known as the Red Barchetta, which was a race car that you could drive on the road. What you see here in the 166 Inter Sport, which was a road car designed to be adaptable to multiple racing series at the time. It was built on the same engineering as the MM models, was powered by the same narrow angle 60-degree V12, and drove the same five-speed transmission. Styling was done individually for the 20 or so cars built by the most esteemed design houses such as Touring of Milan. That makes each car slightly different with its own character and nuances. What each car shares is the heritage that spawned the greatest Italian supercars of the ages."—Official description
The 166 Inter Sport is a race variant of the Ferrari 166, a series of cars powered by the Type 166 three liter V12 engine.
Different to the 166MM Barchetta, another racing variant of the 166, it has detachable fenders and headlights that allowed it to change accordingly to various regulations of international motorsport series.
Requires the K1 Speed Car Pack
Purchase from the car dealer for 500,000
Performance & Division
The Birth of Grand Prix
Tier 4 - Super Rare (+900)
Top Speed: 133.8 mph (215.3 km/h)
1/4 Mile: missing data
0-60 mph (0-97 km/h): 8.900 secs.
0-100 mph (0-161 km/h): 20.000 secs.
60-0 mph (97-0 km/h): 121.8 ft (37.1 m)
100-0 mph (161-0 km/h): 306.4 ft (93.4 m)
60 mph (97 km/h): 1.05 g
120 mph (193 km/h): 0.98 g
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- "Ferrari 166 Inter Sport (1948)" . auto.ferrari.com (German) . Retrieved 07-23-2018.